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Tupolev Tu-134A CSA 1970 Year 1/72 Scale Plastic Model Kit Amodel 72278

Theme: Soviet Air Forces

Era : 1960-1979

Scale : 1/72

Material : Plastic

Series: Legendary Aircrafts

Recommended Age Range: 12 Years & Up

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Tu-134A - the first serial modification. The aircraft was produced from April 1970 to 1980. The Tu-134A was equipped with more advanced D-30 engines of the second series with reduced fuel consumption and thrust reverse, due to which the brake parachute was no longer needed, and an auxiliary power unit (APU) TA-8 was installed in the rear fuselage, where the parachute was located. . In addition, the Tu-134A fuselage became longer by 2.1 m, the number of passenger seats increased to 76. Part of the Tu-134A was released with the Groza-134 radar, as a result of which the navigator's workplace was moved to the pilot's cabin and was in the aisle . These aircraft acquired the appearance characteristic of the Tu-134B.

Tu-134 (according to NATO codification: Crusty - "Sharp") - a Soviet passenger aircraft of the 2nd class for 76-80 passengers for short and medium-haul airlines, developed in the early 1960s at the OKB im. Tupolev and mass-produced from 1966 to 1984 at the Kharkov Aviation Production Association. The first flight was performed on July 29, 1963, in operation since September 1967. One of the most massive passenger aircraft assembled in the Soviet Union. In total, along with prototypes and pre-production models, 854 aircraft of all modifications were built. Production was completely discontinued in 1989. Tu-134 was exported to the countries of the Warsaw Pact.

Tu-134 is a short-haul passenger aircraft with two D-20P-125 turbojet bypass engines on an experimental aircraft and D-30 on serial ones. The engines are installed in the rear fuselage on pylons, which significantly reduces cabin noise compared to previous generation aircraft. The horizontal tail is raised to the top of the keel (T-tail). The fuel is placed in the caisson tanks of the wing.

Tu-134 was certified according to international standards. The aircraft was built in various modifications: passenger, special-purpose vehicles, flying laboratories. It was also used in Air Force schools.